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Gopyriiht 119% The House ¢flKupeuheimer
SHE outstanding fact about clothes is that
they tell a powerful lot about' the man who
wears them. People take it for granted that a
man's clothes are at least an expression of his
Reflecting Shirit That makes clothes an im-
portant matter in any man s
and Individuality life-particularly theyoun
man who still has his dent to make.
A young man today has a great deal to live up to.
Youth found itself in the War-found that it is the
greatest living force in the world.
If clothes are to express the present-day young
American, something of this FEEL has got to get
into the clothes.
That is just what the designers for ThefHOUSE
OF KUPPENHEIMER have done in their au-
The House of
A National Clothes Service
thoritative Styles for Spring.
In short, clothes in tune with In Tune with
the times-the Keynote of
Kuppenheimer Clothes suc-
cess, season in and season'out. And back of
style and fit-to make them last--the old reliable
Kuppenheimer standbys: quality fabrics and
Your Kuppenheimer dealer has the thing you
are looking for. Fabrics that have life. Style
that reflects the buoyancy and vim of the young
man looking the world confidently in the face.
Design that sets off the grace and strength de-
veloped by the training camp and battlefield.
It's not what clothes cost, but the s
out of them that counts. Good c
ways the cheapest in the long run.
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